Cesar Chavez - Autobiography of La Causa
Author: Jacques E. Levy
Publisher: Minneapolis,
University of Minnesota Press, 2007
Sal Si Puedes - Cesar Chavez and the
New American Revolution

Author: Peter Mattiessen
Publisher: New York, Dell Pub. Co. 1969

The Words of Cesar Chavez

Author: Richard J. Jensen & John Hammerback
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press,
College Station, 2002

Author: Fred Ross
Publisher: California, UFW, El Teller Grafico, 1989
Farm Workers Movement
Author: Susan Ferriss
Publisher: New York, Harcourt Brace, 1997
Cesar Chavezand the Common
Sense of Nonviolence

Author: Jose Antonio Orosco
Publisher: Albuquerque, University of
New Mexico Press, 2008
"Cesar Chavez: The Rhetoric of Nonviolence."
M.A. Thesis
Author: Winthrop Yinger
Publisher: Fresno State College, 1970
Online Publications 
The History of "Si Se Puede!"
From Dolores Hurta's lips to our history books, read how this rallying call came to be.
Veterans from the 1965 Delano Grape Strike marked the occasion with a two day reunion in Delano and La Paz 
From: 40th anniversary of the Delano Grape Strike two day reunion in Delano, CA, September 2005  Cesar Chavez backed hard workers regardless of their immigrant status. 
An overview of John Steinbeck's "The Grapes of Wrath" and its link to Cesar Chavez. 
Curriculum created following California's 2000 Cesar Chavez Holiday Law.  President Obama signs proclamation honoring Cesar Chavez, designating March 31st as Cesar Chavez Day.  Keeping the legacy alive with the help of the United States Postal Service.

Cesar E. Chavez National Monument 
It might be the 398th National Park site, but it is the 1st to be devoted to a contemporary Latin American.

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